Ghosts and Goblins Halloween Pretzels

4 dozen
20 min

Looking for some scary good treats for your Halloween party?

Make these super easy Halloween pretzels.

Halloween is such a fun time of parties with delicious treats, but what if you are in a hurry and need something fast? Why not whip up a batch of these fun little characters?

They are so simple to make!

Chocolate dipped pretzel snacks (affiliate link), candy eyes (affiliate link), and a bag of milk chocolate, white chocolate or block of almond bark. That’s it!

Looking for some scary good treats for your Halloween party? Make these super easy Halloween pretzels.

Candy eyes give these chocolate-covered pretzels personality!

Use almond bark to make white ghosts.

Ghosts and Goblins Halloween Pretzels

Recipe details

  • 4  dozen
  • Prep time: 15 Minutes Cook time: 5 Minutes Total time: 20 min
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Ingredients

For the chocolate goblins

  • 1 bag milk chocolate Flipz pretzel snacks
  • container of candy eyes
  • 12 oz. package of milk chocolate chips

For the white ghosts

  • 1 bag white fudge Flipz pretzel snacks
  • container of candy eyes
  • 12 oz. package almond bark or white chocolate chips

Instructions


Lay out a large piece of aluminum foil and arrange the pretzels on it.
Melt the milk chocolate chips in a double boiler. If you don’t have a double boiler, set a dish on top of a pot of simmering (not boiling) water, so the dish fits snugly. The steam from the water will melt the chocolate to a wonderfully smooth consistency. I have tried melting chocolate in the microwave many times, but I mess it up every time. It always gets too hard. Using a double boiler is my preferred way by far!
Using a knife, spread enough melted chocolate in each of the two upper holes to fill them.
Then add a sugar eye to each dab of melted chocolate.
And that's it! Simply let the chocolate set up and they are ready to eat!

For the white ghost

The directions are exactly the same, except you melt the white chocolate or almond bark instead of milk chocolate.
Add the white chocolate to the 2 upper holes and then attach an eye to each spot of melted chocolate.

Tips

  • If you want to get creative, you can add slivered almonds to create a beak for an owl, too! You can see pictures of that in the link to my post.

Pam Hoepner
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